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Ford 9" Rear End Gears

I have a Ford 9" rear end under my 56 Chevy. It came out of an 84 Ford F150 1/2 ton. Would this make it a 31 spline?

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I have a Ford 9" rear end under my 56 Chevy. It came out of an 84 Ford F150 1/2 ton. Would this make it a 31 spline?

Are you sure of it's origins? That is an extremely wide rear end for a Tri-5. Six inches wider I think.

No it could be a 28 spline. There is only one way to know.
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If the metal tag is still on the chunk bolt, you can have the numbers decoded and that will tell.
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